Today in Bonn the EU presented its interim reporting on fast start finance (FSF) committed under the Copenhagen Accord. NGOs had called for complete transparency and a country-by-country analysis of what had been pledged, in what sectors and how and when it would be delivered. Today's reporting did not offer up much more detail on these issues, especially as the EU continues to be unclear on just how to define "new and additional" money.

Link to NGO briefing and NGO press release on EU FSF interim reporting

Read the EU's two page handout from the briefing in Bonn.

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